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Journal of the Thermometer, TTj/gromctcr, 
Windsor, Nova-Scotia, hy the Bev. TV. 
Communicated by the Rev. Dr. Kearney, 



Barometer, Winds, and Bain; kept st 
Cochran, President of Kivg's-CoUege: 
Provost of Trinity-College, Dublin. 



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48 


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2 


69 


52 


30.11 


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59 


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59 
38 


47 


30.58 


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3 


54 


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68 


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56 


30.9 


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w 




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73 


49 


30-55 


s 




76 


494 


30.39 


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68 


52 


30.4 


s 





139 

Journal of the Thermometer, Hygrometer y Barovieter, Winds, and Uain, Ke. 





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30.6 


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78 


S9i 


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51 


30.56I SSW 



140 



■Journal of the Thermometer, Hi/grometer, Barometer, Winds, and Rain, Kc. 





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55 


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3 


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29.8 


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to 
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45 


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58 


29.76 


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J 3 


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30.4' 


NNE 




10 
11 


44 


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29. B8 


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30.16 


SW 


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61 


57i 


30./ 


NW 


.4'-,0 


4t 


57 


30-54 


W 




44 


58 


29.98 


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65 


61 


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30'24 


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30- > 7 


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533 


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62 


S7 


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16 

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20 
21 

22 
23 


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55 


30.84 


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57 


29.76 


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15 

16 


5' 
68 


57 


30.26 


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55 


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16 

18 

19 


29 


56 


29.44 


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59 


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29* 


56 


29.6 


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"7 


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56 


30. u 


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.444 


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56 


30.24 


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22 


55 


29.64 


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18 


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54 


30.6 


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44 
44 


56i 
S6i 


J0.j6 


NNH 




285 


S5i 


29.8 


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>9 

ao 


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54 


30.36 


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30.C6 


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57 


30. 


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4i 


54 


30.38 


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49 


57 


29.94 


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- 30 
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36 


56* 


30.29 


N 





46 


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30.1 


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.255 


48 

40 
45 


J6 


29.7 


SW 




28 


56 


30.16 


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2; 
K 


45 


55 


.30.55 


U'NW 




56 


29.56 


E 


222 


1,1 
23 
24 
2J 


25 

26 


554 
55i 


30.55 


NE 





Si 


55 


30.5 


SW 




S7-i 


29.23 


■ N 




30.65 


WNW 


1 58 


61 


I 197' 


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57 


29-7 


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40 


57 


30.22 


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■244 


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; S3 


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56 


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S5i 


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36 


S5i 


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57 30-3 


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23 


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4 


36 


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30.19 


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S7i 


30.25 


W 




55 


30.»8 


NNW 




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6 

7 


35 


54 


30.S 


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6 

7 


35* 


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30.27 


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6 


2li 


54 


30.34 


NNE 




4* 


S4 


30,26 


SW 




38 


J8 


29.42 


E 


•503 


7 


34 


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30.3 


N 




45 


55 


30.19 


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8 


34 


56 


39.79 


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8 


32 


S6i 


30.17 


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8 


12 


52 


30-S 


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55 


29.9 


w 




9 


30 


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30.41 


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9 

10 


24 
26 


524 
524 


30.35 


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28 


55 i 


30.13 


NW 




10 


37 


55 


30.6 


SSW 




30-36 


WNW 




1/ 


18 


S4i 


30.41 


N 




H 


40 


57 


29.^ 


SE 


!.«« 


12 


39 


53 


30.11 


ENE 




11 

14 


37 

22 
13 


56i 


29.75 


SE 




11 


43 


58* 


29.46 


S 




36 


54 


30-2 


SW 




SS 


30.21 


NW 




13 


25 


56 


29.86 


W 




13 

14 


36 


53 


30-35 


S 




S4i 


30.67 


NNW 




14 


36 


56 


30.9 


'S 




28 


54 


30.4 


N 




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36 


55i 


30.14 


SSE 




15 


25 


56 


29. 6 S 


NE 




15 

16 
17 


34 


534 


30.23 


ESE 




i6 


33 


56 


30.13 


N 




16 


25 


54 


29.84 


NW 




48 


55 


29.72 


E 


.300 


17 


36- 


56, 


30 


WNW 




17 


iS 


54 


29.97 


NW 




49 


564 


29.34 


SSE 




i8 


3a 


56 


29.91 


N 




18 
19 


3' 


53i 


30-05 


NW 




IS 
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28 


55 


29.83 


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'9 

20 


30 


SS 


30.34 


NW 




26 


54 


30.04 


N 




23 


54 


30.18 


NNE 




'3i 


54 


30-54 


NNE 




30 


24 


54 


30.21 


NW 




20 


28 


53 


30.53 


N 




41 

23 


23 


S4i 


29.94 


NE 




21 


30 


53 


30.14 


SE 


2J 


28 


S3 


30.9 


NE 




7 


53i 


30.24 


WNW 




22 
23 
24 

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26 

27 
28 


29 


53i 


30.16 


NW 




22 


38 


53 


30.9 


N 





10 


53* 


30.5 


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36 


54 


30.03 


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23 


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54 


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40 


56 


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33 


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30.26 


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24 
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35 


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54 


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29.93 


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s 




26 


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52 


30.35 


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544 


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NW 


44 


55 


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17 


41 


S3 


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SSW 




28 

29 


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39 


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554 


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53 


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30 
31 


32 


524 


30-S4 


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18 


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18 

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63 


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73 
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30.19 


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66 


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30.31 


S 




30.51 


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24 


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24 


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26 
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30 


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39.91 


S 


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S 




641 


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30.02 


ssw 


.666 


51 


48i 


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S 




30 
3' 


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57 


30.33 


s 




30 


63 


56 


S9.84 


N 




70 


57 


30-33 


WSW 


.255 







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60 


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71 


53 


30.37 


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6i 


53 


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76 


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76 


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73 


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70 


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58 


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30.11 


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7 


75 
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6 


6.J 


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30.43 


S.SJ-; 




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73 


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73 


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74 


51 


30-43 


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15 
16 


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68 


48 


30.6? 


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66 


54 


30. 1 1 


K.IW 


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76 


58 


30.31 


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73 


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64 


51 


30.06 


w 




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80 


59* 


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18 


79 


SI 


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65 


55 


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24 

25 
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30 
31 


81 


52i 


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54 


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79 


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26 
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II 


71 


54 


30.27 




.2C0 


B. 


53 


3"-43 


N 


.?-:- 


52 


iO-ii 


NNW 




73 


49 


30-55 


11 




79 
82 


sf-J 


30.59 


NNi; 




6.) 

5ii 

65 

68 

52 

'■'Sj 

6s 


52 


30.46 


ii.SK 


.090 


23 

16 


80 


49 


30-58 


NNE 




i(' 


30.6.1 


N 




52 


30,:!4 


SW 




57 


54 


30.35 


NK 


I.USO 


79 


54 


30.55 


N 


.105 


51A 
52 
SO 
49 
51 
~ 


.30.14 


w 




74 


55 


30.44 


SK 


.63U 


73 


56 


30-47 


SW 


29.93 


.S.SW 




64J 


55 


.10. 3. S 


S 


69 


50 


30.64 


N 




29.98 


NW 


.050 


37 


71 


S6 


• 30.3 


NK 




74 


50? 


30.61 


li.SW 


.045 


30.26 


WNW 




»8 

30 


81 


S7i 


30.af 


WSW 


69 

8oi 


541 


30.46 


:iSK 




30.19 


.*> 




83 


60 


30.25 


SSW 


.800 


61 


30-25 


SSW 




30.04 


s 


1. 565 


81 


60I 


30.27 




73 


561 


3C.23 


N 


.470 


67 


56J 


30.29 


N 




3' 


64 


62 


30.2 


H .835 


54 


54 SO-IS 


N 







144 

Journal of the Thermometer, Hygrometer, Barometer, Winds, and Rain, H^c. 



Ther. 
Hygro. 

Barom. 
1 


.s 


.5 


1 




1 


a 
2 


.3 




1 




0" 

1 


S 

. 

ri 

m 


Winds. 
Rain, 


I 55 5i 


30.46 


NW 




I 


4Z 


5'i 


3o.rj 


NNE 




I 


264 


54 


29.53 


W 




2 SS 52 


30.52 


NNE 




a 


37 


52 


29-55 


NNWj 


865 


^ 2 


14 


54 


29.6 


W SW 




3 55 5I5 


30.72 


NE 




3 


35 


524 


29.3s 


WSW 




3 


24 


54 


29.77 


WSW 




4 56 S4i 


30.26 


NH 


1.435 


4 


46 


534 


30.0a 


W 


•05.S 


4 


36 


544 


29.8 




S 61 55 


JO. 1 5 


SW 


I.COO 


5 


54 


56 


29.94 


S 


5 31 


544 


29.8 


W 




6 65 55i 


30.16 


w 


6 


48 


55 


30.1 


ssw 


.445 


6 


34 


54 


30.03 


w 




-7 60 S33 


30.34 


w 


7 


44 


544 


29,86 


NNW 




7 


36 


55 


29.52 


NE 




« S» .50J 


30.71 


w 


8 


37 


524 


30.53 


NW 


.225 


8 


27 


55 


29.S3 


N 




9 48 50i 


30.9 


w 


9 


46 


S4i 


30.55 


S 


9 


24 


53 


29.81 


W 




10 48 5cA 


30.95 


E 




10 

M 

I a 


S2J 


5.CJ 


30.41 


W 




10 


2: 


53 


30.16 


l^W 




" 56 5^ 


3°.83 


I'. 




48 


.nl 3"-''M! 


.s.sii 




10 


S^}, 


30.22 


NW 




It 6il S'] 


3071 


Nfi 




37 


54 


30.'>.5 


NW 




12 
- *3 


J9 


52i 


30.14 


SW 




»3 59 52 


30.64 


N 




'3 


364 


52 


30.84 


SSW 




33 


544 


30.23 


ssw 




14 61 514 


30.6* NNE 


'. 


»4 


45 


5» 


30.68 


NNW 


'4 


33 


55 


30.12 


NE 




IS 55 Si4 


30.88 


NE 




15 
i6 


34 


50 


30.66 




1.300 


»5 


30 


55 


29.96 


N 




16 6j 52 J 


30.54 


S 


■355 


40 


50 


29.91 


WNW 


.080 


16 

17 

Is 

19 


23 
14 


54 


30.3 


NW 


17 H 54 30.14 


SW 




»7 


23 


50 


30.54 


NNW 




524 


30.21 


N 


18 44i 50 


30,76 


N 




44 


50 


30.3s 


S 


.215 


20 


S3 


30,36 


N 


— 


19 55 51 


30.75 


WSW 




>9 


49i 


54 


30.38 


NE 




23 


53 


29.97 


ENE 


»o 48 52 


30.82 


NW 




20 


42 


55 


30.48 






20 

21 


36 


56i 


29.SS 


N 


11 49 52 


30.85 


NE 




21 
2. 
2. 


47 


54 


30.5 






3» 


55 


29.78 


NW 


iJ 49 51 


30.3. 


NK 




4' 


£4i 


30-3 


NE 




22 
23 
24 
2J 
2f 

*' 

2! 
3< 

3 


29 


54^ 


-29.66 


WSW 


»3 45 5» 


30.5 


SHW 


.14s 


49 


56 


29.89 SW 


.165 


264 

12 

18 


S3 


29.6 


w 


24 46 53 30.6 


NNE 




23 


533 


30.3. 


N 




524 
53 


29.92 


w 


25 414 51 


i 3-5 


6 SSE 


.270 


S 30 


Si 30.3< 


> N 




29.95 


SW 


26 41 52 


30.f 


6 E 


.365 


2 


S 32. 


i 53- 


i 29.9! 


S NNE 




29 


54 


30.29 


SSW 


27 40 52 


i 30.2 


8 N 


.•2.S 


', r2 


54 


30.1 


} SW 




331 


53i 


30.13 






a8 38 52 


i 30.« 


NNE 




2 


H 22 


53 


30.3 


2 W 





'--A 


53 


30.25 


w 

w 


— - 


29 43 5' 


i 30.3 


: NNE 




2 

= 3 


5 28 


54 


30. :i 


7 N 


27i 

I2i 

I 28 


52 


29.8! 


30 39 53 


30.C 


; N 


.79c 


23 


54 


i 29.4 


7 WNW 


r 


i 52 
53 


30.33! NW 


31 43 52 


4I 30.15' W 






29.65' NE 





145 

The Barometer and Hygrometer regiftered in the foregoing journal, 
were made by Dollond of London : the Thermometer was compared 
with one made by the fame artift, and was found not to differ from 
it materially: different Rain-gages were ufcd, contrived by myfelfj 
the lafl, which proved the moft convenient, is iimply a fquare canifler 
of tin, whofe fide is two inches broad, receiving a funnel whofe area 
is ten times that of the canifter's bafej of courfc, the depth of rain- 
water in the gage always exceeds that which has fallen abroad in a 
decimal proportion. 

The place where thefe inftruments were kept, is fituatcd about ten 
miles fouth from the bay of Fundy, in latitude 45. The elevation 
above high water-mark, until Augull 1795, was about 15 feet; after 
that period, about 6^. The Thermometer was faftened on the out-fide 
of a window in the fecond flory ; the afpeft north-wefterly. The Hy- 
grometer and Barometer were kept in a lower chamber, of the fame 
expofure, but without fire. 

The depth of fnow was alfo obferved, but as, on account of drifting 
winds, this could not often be taken with much precifion, it is not here 
particularly tranfcribed. The total quantity, on an average of the three 
years, was 45 inches. 

The feveral particulars were noted daily at noon. 



PROGRESS 



Jan. 


4. 


Mar. 


18. 


April 


I. 




13- 




16. 




23- 




25- 




25. 


May 


2. 




7- 




9- 




16. 




21. 




30- 


June 


4- 




6. 




9- 


July 


I. 




7- 


Aup;. 


10. 



146 

PROGRESS OF THE SEASONS IN 1795. 
?F/i?c/t mm/ be taken as a mean to 1794 and 1796. 



Firft continuing fhow fell. 
Snow difappeared. 
The birds began to ling. 
The farmers began to plough. 
Goofcbcrry-bufli in leaf. 
Farmers fowcd wlicat. 
Red.Cnrrant-biifli in leaf- 
Lilac do. 
Willow do. 
Apple-tree do. 
Dandelion in bloffom. 
Martins appeared. 

Strawberry, Goofeberry and Red-Currant in bloffom. 
Plum-tree do. 

Cherry-tree, (Kentilh) do. 

Apple-tree do*. 

LiluG *do. 

Red Clover do. 

Hawthorn do. 

Wild-Rofe do. 

Farmers began to mow. 
Do. began to reap wheat. 
N. B. The fame that was fown April 23 d.